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4 thoughts on “Valentine’s Day Is the Next Holiday”

  1. I think it’s a great idea for kids to send to their grandparents!

    Years ago I was in a different relationship and I got expensive earrings & red roses, etc., for Valentine’s Day and the guy ended up being a complete liar/jerk. The guy I’m dating now is not exactly the most romantic guy out there, and though he might bring me chocolates for Valentine’s Day, it’s the little things, like coming over and cleaning out the cat litter box that I appreciate more than grand gestures.

    1. I agree – I prefer heart felt little gestures honestly if I were to celebrate over big expensive things. Just what wins my heart overall. 😉 Thanks for your comment Terri!

  2. Years and years and years ago (so many I forgot until I read this post) I went all out for a guy who got me nothing, lolol!!

    At the time I was like, whaaaaaaaaaaat?!?! But in hingsight it was very indicative of his personality, and I’m so glad I didn’t end up with him!

    This is neat, and I too think it would be good for the grandkids to send to their grandparents.

  3. I learned I had to ask my husband for what I wanted. Would I rather he just wake up one day and be a naturally romantic person? Of course. But thats just not him, he is wonderful in so many other ways. So I stopped the cycle of V-day disappointments and now I say “Tuesday is valentines day, I’d love it if you got me flowers” and he does. 🙂

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